recently got a chance to meet Chris Cook, Wargaming Senior PR Manager, at Gamescom 2012 to discuss about World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, World of Warships and what lies ahead for Wargaming. Check out what we discovered and then leave us your thoughts in the comments.

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  1. ThcMonkee on August 19, 2012

    Dude that asian guy is awesome! It’s like he peers into my soul. I bet he is great at mental-basketball.

    And mental-ping-pong.

    And potatoes. I bet he is pro at potatoes.

  2. ki11joyace on August 19, 2012

    Dear Wargaming,

    Low-Mid tier clanwars please.
    We’re waiting.


  3. ThcMonkee on August 18, 2012

    I like this. I like this company, i like WoT even though i don’t play it and i like what they are doing with it. I even like the asian guy.

    It is a good example of an MMO that doesn’t really ever needs to make a sequel, they just need to continue doing what they are doing, upgrading gameplay and graphics, and if they manage to keep up with the times in the terms of how people like to approach gaming, the franchise could easily be equally fun in 30 years.

    Although the asian guy will probably be less fun.

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  5. Tio Z on August 18, 2012

    Really happy to hear from WG and quite excited about the new features coming in (after all, if physics work good on WoT, I seriously look forward to just ramming through a smaller boat in WoB =p)…but I hope WG also focus a little bit more in customer services and convenience options.

    Sure would be good to be able to have some account services.

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